The pandemic, climate change, geopolitics and economic instability are all creating problems with the ways we produce, distribute and consume food.
Join our panel as we discuss how we can challenge modern food injustices.
Natalie Campbell MBE is an award-winning social entrepreneur, broadcaster and Co-CEO of Belu water. Belu is a drinks business that puts people and the environment first, they give the conscious consumer the choice to build a better world through their buying decisions.
Professor Michael Goodman is Professor of Environment and Development at the University of Reading. Michael's areas of interest include the critical cultural geographies of food, humanitarianism and the environment and the political ecology and the politics of sustainable consumption.
Dr Rebecca Sandover is a lecturer in human geography at the University of Exeter. Her research focuses on network formation, knowledge co-production and exchange, South West regional food systems and food insecurity.
Professor Bill Moseley is the DeWitt Wallace Professor of Geography at Macalester College in the USA. Bill's research interests lie in political ecology, tropical agriculture, environment and development policy, and livelihood security.
Chaired by Martine Croxall, BBC journalist and presenter.
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